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>> people didn't get much relief at the shore either. a live look at ocean city. look at those waves crashing against the sand. we saw heat records broken at the jersey shore. and in delaware today. you need to watch the heat, too, as you head into the weekend. >> that's because the heat, the humidity is going to be with us for a little while longer. let's get the latest from glenn "hurricane" schwartz. glenn, fill us in on this. >> yeah, rosemary, it's going to be just about as hot tomorrow and just about as humid as it was today. the only exception at the shore, where it will be much cooler because of the sea breeze. we did reach 95 degrees today, which did break the record set 132 years ago. tomorrow we're going for 96. and then only 86 degrees on sunday. that's going to feel a whole lot more comfortable by comparison. there's the 95 in philadelphia. atlantic city international beat the record by four degrees. wilmington beat the record. trenton tied a record. and more of those numbers are
coming in. it was also the warmest september night ever recorded in philadelphia. we didn't go below 80 degrees 7:00 a.m. it was 80 degrees in philadelphia. that is just incredible for this time of the year. lots of temperatures in the 90s across the area. and with the high humidity, it feels like it's just about 100 in philadelphia. 102 in vineland. 100 in atlantic city. 105 in dover. and we also have a few showers on the radar. lehigh valley in the poconos, one little bit heavier shower just coming into, just north of allentown toward whitehall in the feks few minutes on route 22. we'll talk about more chances for showers and when we're going to see significant relief coming up. looking forward to that. it was an early day for students and parents today. nbc 10 was in roxboro as moms as
dads had to pick up their kids early because of the heat. >> this was the scene at schools all over the region today. nbc 10 south jersey bureau reporter cydney long joins us live from trenton with more on the story. >> reporter: rosemary, for students here in the trenton school district, kindergarten to 12th grade, early dismissal. they have lighter activity in the gym class. and they were not alone. students did not complain, but parents, well, they definitely did some reminiscing. >> this didn't happen when we were kids, that's for sure. >> reporter: this dad is keeping cool in the car. one of dozens of parents on half day pickup patrol at this elementary school. he and others don't ever getting let go from school early because of heat and humidity. >> i remember fans in the classrooms and putting the lights out. >> reporter: even with lights out and fans on, students say the classrooms were steaming. they found it tough to concentrate.
>> we actually didn't have -- very, very few rooms have air conditioning. we didn't even have that today. >> reporter: buildings with poor ventilation and 100 years old to trenton, it's been an abbreviated start to the brand-new school year with hot temperatures that have steadily climbed and no relief. >> i did wear lighter clothes. >> reporter: in a accepsense, m nature was popular, and in the spotlight students came prepared. >> i would have brought four water bottles instead of the three i already drank. >> it's tough for the children to concentrate. i'm all for it. >> reporter: the camden district much like camden -- or trenton, rather, has schools that were built over 100 years ago. camden is right now in the process of installing a
brand-new air conditioning system to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars. their maintenance crews worked overnight to make sure they could ventilate the building right now. it does not appear any students in any of the districts across new jersey will have to make up these days. live in trenton, i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news. as we told you at the top of the hour, we are following breaking news in west philadelphia. >> nbc 10's jim rosenfield is live in the news center to show us what's happening. >> let's go up to sky force 10 to show you this scene on south millick street in west philadelphia. here's what we know. someone's barricaded inside a home here. several police cars are there on the scene. we understand s.w.a.t. officers are also on this scene. we know that police officers fired a weapon, but we're not sure if they hit anyone. we also know one person was shot here. but exactly what led to that shooting, still unclear. now, we've sent nbc 10's andrea cline-thomas to that seen to gather more information on the
ground. we have sky force 10 also overhead. we'll continue to follow this breaking news and wring you any information as soon as we get it. live in the breaking news center, jim rosenfield, nbc 10 news. >> thanks, jim. developing now, we have new information about the deadly shooting of a woman in trenton late this morning. police found the body of 20-year-old hughie in the second floor bedroom around 11:15 this morning. investigators are not saying much about a possible motive, or description of the killer. we did speak with a man who told us that he's a relative of the victim. >> i'm in shock. i can't even do anything. i can't even think right now. >> the mercer county homicide task force and the trenton police department are both investigating. to a somber anniversary. this sunday marks 15 years since the september 11th attacks on our country. delaware county held its annual
remembrance ceremony today, in rose street park. they honored firefighters and police officers who died in the 9/11 attacks. a local police chaplain spent months helping out at ground zero, said the memories will never fade. >> when i arrived there, every sense is offended. your throat is filled with dust, eyes, the smells in the air, the fires were incredible. >> today delaware county leaders laid wreaths at the police and firefighters memorials, and at the county september 11th memorial in the park. vice president joe biden will commemorate the anniversary here in philadelphia. he's scheduled to take part in a ceremony sunday at lincoln financial field before the eagles-browns game. biden will join 120 first responders in holding the american flag during the national anthem. take a look at this. this is what's left of a row home on locust street in west philadelphia.
you can see the massive hole where the second floor used to be. the roof caved in here earlier today. a neighbor we spoke to tells us this is not the first incident at this house. >> this house, since it's been caught on fire and things like that, the city came out initially, but that's as far as they've done. i've heard recently that they were out here. but it took this maybe to get someone to get into motion some things. >> we checked with city officials. they tell us the property has been vacant. nobody here was injured today. a police chase ended with a stolen car on two wheels and the windshield smashed. this happened in port richmond last night after philadelphia police say a woman driving the wrong way on a one-way street drove straight at them. they shot at her car and finally rammed it. the woman is now in custody. no officers were hurt. to delaware where the zip line course where a woman fell to her death last month is
officially back open for business. the department of natural resources and environmental control has approved the reopening of go ape tree tops adventure zip line. the officials say the course meets industry safety standards. the junior course reopens tomorrow. we have a traffic alert to tell you about. especially for tonight. the roads around south philly could get very crowded thanks to two major concerts at the wells fargo center and citizens bank park. bruce springsteen and the e street band will rock at citizens bank park trying to top their new record concert from wednesday night. meantime, just next door, yep, adele. she'll perform to a soldout crowd. so if you're heading out there, the traffic isn't too bad just yet, our crew just drove down there. so you might want to get there early. springsteen starts at 7:30, adele begins at 8:00. now to decision 2016. the push for pennsylvania
continues today, with the democrats near pittsburgh. former commander in chief bill clinton was stumping for votes for his wife hillary in the town of homewood. president clinton spoke to a crowd of about 500 people, and called for unity behind his wife's campaign. mr. clinton said hillary is ready to confront the issues. he said donald trump is too focused on the past. >> one candidate rubbing salt in the open woods of resentment, and the other taking responsibility to sew up the wounds, stand us up and walk into the future. >> the latest nbc news poll shows hillary clinton holding a slim lead over donald trump in the keystone state. we have new details about president obama's visit to philadelphia on tuesday. the president will attend a campaign event in support of hillary clinton right in front of the philadelphia museum of art. president obama is expected to encourage residents to register to vote before the october 11th deadline.
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a pep rally held to kick off the nonprofit's 19th year of service. nbc 10 was there today as more than 200 volunteers took the pledge. throughout the year, they will assist students in 18 philadelphia public schools. nbc 10's parent company comcast is the national opening day sponsor. a pep rally of its own today, a massive crowd of students gathered right on the steps of the cathedral basilica of st. peter and paul. this is the 133rd consecutive year for catholic education in our region. tomorrow will honor the accomplishments of olympic medalist nia ali. she returned home last month from rio. she took silver in the 100-meter hurdles. she will be at the sherman street block party from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. signing autographs. speaking of sports, allen
iverson knows what it's like to win an olympic medal. >> he will receive another prestigious honor. randy gyllenhaal has traveled to springfield, massachusetts, where iverson will be inducted into the basketball hall of fame. a little bit later on tonight. randy? >> reporter: we're expecting iverson to hit the red carpet here in about an hour, an hour and a half. as he makes his way into the hall of fame to be formally enshrined. he'll be on stage with other nba stars like shaquille o'neal and yao ming. hee's a bit shorter than those two, 6 foot tall, but nobody counted him out when he was with the sixers for more than ten years. we chatted with some fans here in springfield, massachusetts, which is the birthplace of basketball and the home of the basketball hall of fame. they remember a.i. as the bulldog, a counterculture icon who pushed the limits of style and fashion in 1990s basketball. sometimes controversial. but always on his "a" game at
tip-off. >> he always had controversy. we were talking about practice. i definitely remember that. >> talking about practice. >> yeah, talking about practice. allen iverson was not a man for practice but he showed up for a game. >> we're talking about practice, man. how silly is that. >> i never saw a player out of philadelphia his size that could accomplish more on the basketball court. >> reporter: we should note iverson actually missed the first two formal events of this hall of fame weekend, including a news conference, and a speech to high school students this morning. officials do say they expect him here on the red carpet shortly. he will make a speech as he gets inducted into the hall of fame. we'll cover it live at 11:00. for now, in springfield massachusetts, randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. we will be watching that with bated breath. the threat of storms and high tide made labor day something of a weekend bust. >> businesses are hoping this record heat will give them a late summer boost.
we saw people who scrapped their plans because of the threat of hermine last weekend. some hotels are sold out after dealing with cancellations or guests leaving early over labor day weekend. >> hurt a lot of businesses on the island. which just makes these next few weekends that much more important for us. >> beach haven, many people are finding smaller beaches and rugged terrain. waves washed away a lot of that sand last weekend. >> from the shore to the delaware beaches, to the pocono mountains, nbc 10 has your weekend neighborhood forecast. we check in now with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. glenn, you're not surprised to see the beach erosion. >> yeah. and it could have been a whole lot worse. we're going to be seeing a pretty good weekend at the shore. maybe some clouds sunday morning. but otherwise, nice weekend. philadelphia, well, record today. we may be in the record territory tomorrow, too. temperatures in the 90s, or near
90 just about everywhere. lehigh valley down a little bit because there's a shower that just moved through the allentown area. and you can see on the temperatures, sinking spring at 93 degrees. and berks county, 89 degrees in reading. and in hopewell. 87 in allentown. 89 in whitehall. and 90 degrees in easton. it's going to be perhaps even a little bit hotter tomorrow. dry across much of southeastern pennsylvania and the rest of our area. but some isolated showers moving through. this shower, though, went right toward allentown. it was a heavy shower for about five minutes. and then it weakened tremendously. this one is going up through the poconos. so we have that risk, but it's generally up in those areas later tonight and again tomorrow. the weekend is part steamy and part comfortable. of course, the first part is
going to be steamy. 96 degrees in philadelphia. it's going to feel like it's well over 100. but by sunday, it's 86 degrees. and feeling like 86. all of these places, about ten degrees cooler on sunday than saturday. except for the jersey shore, which will be at the same or perhaps even a little bit warmer on sunday. it's the difference between the sea breeze tomorrow, so it will be cooler at the shore tomorrow than it was today, and then the land breeze coming in on sunday. so the records that we saw, 97 degrees is the record for tomorrow. predicting 96. it's going to be very, very close. allentown, maybe just shy of the record. mount holly, millville, close to record levels tomorrow. with the high humidity, it's going to feel like it's close to 100 or even higher during the day tomorrow.
feeling like 80s to start off the day. and then 100-plus in the afternoon in most places. wilmington 101. voorhees 102. trenton 101. and then on sunday, it is a world of difference. 84 degrees by 4:30 is the way it feels. that's not just the temperature, you include the humidity, it doesn't even feel that hot. so tomorrow, this is the last of those triple digits. south philly, 96, feeling like 101. allentown 93, feeling like 98. upper makefield, feeling like 100. hamilton township, feeling like 99. easton township feeling like 100. at the shore, not as hot, or not feeling anywhere near as hot. 91 in margate.
a lot better than 101. wilmington feeling like 99. here's harrington at 103. of course, for the eagles, could be a few clouds in the morning, but lowering humidity as we go through the afternoon. so 81 degrees, increased sunshine, 86 during the game itself. a whole lot nicer than saturday. >> definitely. thanks for that, glenn. hot weather means hot cars. we have a warning for parents about an increase in kids dying in hot cars. new research finds that the number of children left to die in hot cars has surged this year. experts say even when children survive, they can be left with severe brain damage. this 3-year-old boy was forgotten in a hot car for more than an hour. he suffered six strokes, and has spent the past year learning how to eat and walk again. >> the public is quick to judge and say what a horrible parent this must have been to leave your child and forget them in
the vehicle. the reality is, that no one's brain is immune to this type of failure. >> so far this year 28 children have died in hot cars, double what it was last year at this time. police have a tip to prevent hot car deaths. put an item in the back seat, like a briefcase, or your cell phone, to force you to look back there. also, keep your car doors locked when it's parked, so kids can't get inside without your knowledge. coming up, somehow they made the long journey from louisiana. we'll have more on these dogs and their escape from that devastating flooding down south to find new homes in south jersey. plus, hold on to your wallets, moms and dads. the american girl dolls are invading one of our local malls. we'll have that story for you next at 5:00. newspapers know the real story on pat toomey. on background
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the community and have them come to us as their ombudsman. >> this is meant to be a fun event. tomorrow's festivities will include police demonstrations, food and music. more than a dozen puppies and dogs rescued from flooding in louisiana are now in our area, and they need a new home. the dogs are now at the camden county animal shelter in gloucester township. they can be adopted right away. the animal shelter took in the pups to ease overcrowding in louisiana. so far, one of the 18 dogs rescued from the floods has found a new family. >> we're just looking for a home for 17 more dogs from louisiana to get rescued. and get adopted. if you've got a good home, a good pet mind and good pet heart, come down and adopt a dog. >> shelter employee tells us they don't know much about the backgrounds, but say they're all pretty good potential pets. american girl fans have a new place to shop for the dolls.
a temporary american girl store opens tomorrow at the king of prussia mall. if you go, you can grab a free gift while supplies last. and you can enter a contest to win a free doll. the store is part of a recently opened expansion at the mall connecting the court and the plaza. now you don't have to walk outside. the mall is now the biggest in america on a square foot basis. next at 5:00, our political punchout team is back. do not miss their take on all the news from the campaign trail. plus, new at 6:00, the owner of the taj mahal set a date to shut down. that story straight ahead. narrator: terrorism here at home.
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south millick street in west philly. nbc 10's andrea cline-thomas arrived on the scene moments ago and joins us live. andrea, tell us what you've learned. >> reporter: well, the police are keeping us a few blocks away. take a look at the scene right behind me, 60th and walnut. this is what we know so far. s.w.a.t. is here for someone barricaded in a house two blocks down on south millick street. there's believed to be at least one shooting victim here. we have confirmed at least one shot was fired by police but we don't know if the shooting victim was injured by police or somebody else. again, details continue to come out very slowly.
commissioner ross is on the scene. we're hoping to hear from him soon. that's the latest here in west philadelphia. we're going to find out more information and bring you the latest details once it becomes available. >> andrea, thank you so much. the weather, the water was the place to be, of course. take a look at this. you can't see much water out there. a live look, this is camel beach mountain water park in the poconos. we have now reached day three of this latest heat wave. >> let's head to the jersey shore. a live look here in cape may, where beachgoers did not get a break, not too much of a break from the humidity. many reasons to take a dip in that water. >> no question. you need a plan to stay cool for at least part of the weekend. let's get the details from chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. we broke records today. >> yeah, we did. in philadelphia, we broke a record that was over 130 years old. it's 93 now. it was 95.
it's 90 in wilmington now. 94 in dover. of course, dover is the place where we've had the highest humidity. that's been the case in many, many events this summer. it feels like 102 in vineland. 100 in atlantic city international. but 105 in dover. now, are we getting any relief at the jersey shore. the ocean temperature is a nice 74. we finally got a sea breeze. knocking the temperatures down. so it's now 87 in ventnor. 88 in ocean city. 96 at mays landing. 92 in woodbine. 95 at cape may courthouse. that's the difference a little sea breeze can do to get you in the 90s before the sea breeze hit this afternoon. here's the radar and satellite. you can see a few showers moving through the lehigh valley and into the poconos. most of them on the lighter side moving fairly quickly.
it shouldn't be a wet night, but a warm and humid night. could see some showers or thunderstorms in the next few hours in some of the p.a. suburbs, like chester, montgomery, bucks. especially upper parts of those counties. lehigh valley has the threat of showers and storms through this evening. but we're not seeing that threat in delaware, new jersey, jersey shore. just going to be plain warm and humid. we'll see if there are any other storm threats this weekend, and see how much cooler it's going to get next week in just a few minutes. glenn, thanks. to decision 2016. if russia had been the focus of recent discussions for the presidential candidates, but now north korea is taking center stage. >> this after the country unleashed a powerful nuclear blast today. brian moore has a look at how this is impacting the race for president. >> reporter: north korea is bragging to the world about its most powerful nuclear detonation
to date, a blast with shock waves rippling all the way to the white house. >> i think the next president is going to have to deal with north korea on his or her watch. and it presents, i would say, the most naughty problem in foreign affairs. >> reporter: north korea's provocation comes on a day when democrat hillary clinton was talking terrorism with national security and foreign policy advisers. in alabama her running mate blasted donald trump -- >> praising a dictator who is hurting his country, hurting his people. >> reporter: trump was in washington, shoring up support with the values voters at the core of his party. his campaign is confronting a new controversy saying the republican didn't know his interview with larry king was for russian owned tv. some said he doubts the fbi conclusion russian hackers tried to influence the u.s. election. >> maybe the democrats are putting that out. who knows. >> reporter: today trump's running mate received his first intelligence briefing. >> i hope the american people
looking on at this process know that donald trump and i will be ready day one. >> reporter: a day one agenda that will include north korea, no matter who wins the white house. brian moore, nbc news, washington. time for the return of our political punchout team. democrat mark alderman and jim schultz are breaking down the presidential race. >> all right. mark, jim, been a very busy week for both candidates. let's start with donald trump and his comments on russian president vladimir putin. here's the recap of what he said during wednesday's commander in cheap forum on nbc. let's take a listen. >> if he says great things about him, i'm going to say great things about him. i already said he is very everyone of a leader. you can say, isn't that a terrible thing. the man has very strong control over a country. it's a very different system and i don't happen to like the system. but certainly in that system he's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader.
>> jim, let's start with you. trump is facing criticism from both parties. but of course, he's not backing down here. what does he gain from praising putin this way? >> whether he respects putin, doesn't like putin, the bottom line is donald trump is not going to capitulate to any foreign leader. and roll over for any foreign leader. i think that's what's clear in all of this. if you look at the statement that he made in total, it was really about a comparison to our current president, and his lack of leadership, especially on foreign affairs. we've seen that time and time again. we've seen that our enemies don't fear us. we see what's going on in north korea. it's just continuing time and time again. the policies of the clinton-obama administration are continuing and we're seeing it play out in north korea this week. >> jim, there's a difference between being dumb and being dangerous. saying you're going to build a wall and mexico's going to pay
for it. everybody knows that's not happening. praising vladimir putin is dangerous. putin is a kgb killer. he's an enemy of this country. has his finger on the nuclear arsenal that could blow up the world. what is trump thinking? is he running for president of the united states or president of the policy bureau. this is crazy scary talk. >> he's going to have to deal with world leaders. that's something this president hasn't done. something hillary clinton didn't do -- >> mark and jim, you mentioned hillary clinton. let's talk about hillary for just a moment. appears she's having a very difficult time to escape the controversy surrounding her e-mails. there's also some more questions about the clinton foundation. and how the organization influenced her during her time in office as secretary of state. mark, you can start off on this one. how does she need to address this going forward? can she put this to rest? >> she can. she needs to stop playing lawyer and start talking like a person that ordinary americans can
believe in. she is the most qualified person to run for president since thomas jefferson. she needs to let that shine through. she needs to stop trying to explain away her e-mails, stop parsing sentences, stop splitting hairs. tell us she made a mistake, she learned her lesson and she's better for it. no more lawyer talk, time to get real. >> that's just a long-winded answer that she needs to tell the truth and stop lying. that's really what you're saying, mark. time and time again she's just incapable of telling the truth. we keep getting more and more information, destroying -- in addition to destroying e-mails, now they're destroying devices, ipads, iphones, communication devices. essentially destroying communication and evidence. >> she's trying to lawyer something, she needs to channel harry truman, talk straight to the american people. and move on. >> look, this whole liar liar pants on fire narrative is
working for one reason, because it's credible. >> we don't -- you do not want to talk about telling lies in this campaign. there is no more ill equivalence between the lies donald trump tells when he stands up to speak and hillary clinton being too clever about her e-mails. >> we're seeing it dog her time and time again in the polls. it's because of this issue, the lying issue. the inability to tell the truth to the american people. >> the country is divided. >> speaking of tightening up -- >> political punchout living up to its name for sure. 60 days until the election. we look forward to seeing you many more times between now and then. thank you to both of you guys for joining us. we're going to take a hard right turn here. next at 5:00, the 15th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. we'll see some of the memorials that have already begun. >> and will continue through the weekend. back to work. a delaware county police officer shot seven times returns to the
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we have a recall alert to let you know about tonight. gm is recalling more than 4 million cars and suvs. it's to fix an air bag software defect that's been linked to at least one death. the company said in rare cases the car's computer can go into test mode. that means the front air bags won't inflate in a crash. for a complete list tap on the nbc 10 app. as the 15 thrs anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks approaches, americans are pausing to remember the victims. as nbc's chris pa loan tells us, they're reflecting on one of the darkest days in this country's history. >> reporter: in new york city friday, a solemn march. to remember new york city police officers. and those who died since
september 11th related to it. today september 11th remembrances are as much about celebration as they are about solemnity. celebrating the lives of those lost. but also celebrating resilience, recovery, and rebirth. >> literally, out of the ashes, we have rebuilt stronger and taller. >> reporter: in the new building, jeh johnson marked the return of several federal agencies to lower manhattan. now housed in one world trade center. >> terrorism cannot prevail if you refuse to be terrorized. >> reporter: in washington, members of congress sang and prayed on the capital steps. house speaker paul ryan said there's now a generation of americans too young to fully understand the pain of september 11th. >> our children may not fully understand the horror of it all. but they can admire the heroism. >> reporter: many now draw inspiration from the survivors.
people like lauren manning who was in the north tower and lived every day with the horror. >> we will all be touched by adversity or wounded at some point in our lives. but we can refuse to be held by it. >> reporter: 15 years, for some it feels like it happened yesterday. for others, a lifetime ago. for both, a day which will never be forgotten. chris palone, nbc news, new york. coming up next on nbc 10 news at 5:00, can he compete. eagles quarterback carson wentz sits down exclusively with nbc 10 before his big nfl debut. newspapers know the real story on pat toomey. on background checks for gun buyers... toomey
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join us at 9:30 for a game day kickoff special. we'll have an exclusive interview with starting quarterback carson wentz, and we break down all the action after the game on eagles game day final. >> get news for those trying to get to the linc as we look inside the stadium from the eagles nest camera. of course, temple plays here on saturday. then the eagles on sunday. if you're going to the game on sunday, this is the good news, you can get a free ride to the game thanks to septa. offering free rides on the broad street line. this sunday, runs from 9:00 in the morning to 9:00 in the evening. again, free of charge. a lot of excitement at the start of a new season. >> no question. for eagle fans, they also get to look forward to a brand-new quarterback. that brings a lot of excitement. amy joins us now from csn. amy? >> yeah, there is a lot of excitement. at there should be. as you mentioned, of course, they've got the new quarterback. nfl season officially got under
way last night here on nbc. the eagles are less than 48 hours away from kicking off their first game against the browns. all eyes on carson wentz. he had little playing time in the preseason due to the rib injury. he did have time today to speak exclusively with our john clark. >> reporter: we all know you do like to throw the ball down the field. some people have said you're a gunslinger. and doug kind of compared you to brett favre. are we going to see that? >> when the job's there to take, i'm going to take it. i'm not going to shy away. i tend to play with an aggressive edge. i'm also smart with the ball, too. all part of growing with this game and understanding the game plan and everything. i'm feeling comfortable with it. we'll see what happens. >> we will see what happens sunday afternoon. plenty more of that conversation in the eagles game day kickoff sunday at 9:30 a.m. more on the birds, plus former sixers president on what allen iverson the new hall of famer
means to him. keith, back to you. >> amy, thank you so much. glenn mentioned before, sunday will be cooler. but saturday it's going to be hot. the heat is going to stick around. >> fans should be prepared. glenn, tell us what else we can expect this weekend. >> it will definitely start off hot and humid, similar to today. it's already well into the 90s. 93 at philly international. in some parts of the city, center city, it's even hotter. graduate hospital at 95. germantown 96. bustleton at 95 degrees. now, we've seen a few showers going through the lehigh valley, and the poconos. we'll go in a little bit closer, and you can see the lighter showers near allentown, at least it looks kind of light. these are the existing radars, the stationary radars showing the light showers near easton, and down to holland. but we've sent storm ranger out
there, up toward the lehigh valley, to take a closer look at these showers. and we can get more detail -- look at that -- compared to what we see from the existing radars. that's all spread out, it averaged out. it's a little bit behind the time. this is live. and look at the showers down by holland. it's just not showing the existing radars, not showing what's actually occurring. because we've driven to the storm. the closer you get to the storm, the more detail that you can see. just imagine that in severe weather, how much detail we can see. now, as we go through the evening, there could be some more scattered showers and thunderstorms. and we've got storm ranger staying up there for the evening. 11:00 news, if necessary. we'll show you those storms, too. now, the storms are not going to be there for the eagles.
that's all going to be gone. there's a front coming through. it's going to get less humid as we go through the day. 81 for the kickoff. 86 by the end of the game. and that's pretty nice. look at the temperatures go down. saturday, 96. sunday, 86. plus lower humidity. and then even cooler on monday. in dover, a high of only 80 degrees. allentown a high of only 79 on monday. and 81 on tuesday with that ten-degree drop from saturday to sunday. now, at the shore, it may actually get a touch warmer on sunday because we've got sea breeze here, land breeze here. and then the sea breeze keeps it cooler on monday and tuesday. so we're seeing a lot of sunshine at the shore on saturday. with the sea breeze, maybe a little bit breezy. now, on sunday, we see some clouds in the morning, clearing in the afternoon. no rain expected this weekend.
and in the poconos, chance of a shower on saturday, late saturday afternoon, warm and humid. but then on sunday, mix of clouds and sun, and temperatures only into the 70s. as we go into next week, again, we are seeing the temperature drop, low humidity, and then it warms up again toward wednesday. then starts cooling off again. look at these temperatures at night in the 50s. the low this morning was 80 degrees. for a record. and high temperatures in the 70s as well. >> thanks for that, glenn. let's check in with lester holt, joining us from the nbc studios in new york. >> he has a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news." good to see you, lester. >> good to see you, keith and rosemary. a call to stop using new samsung phones, comes with a warning. urgent warning about flying with them. how serious is the threat after north korea detonates another nuclear weapon. the heartbreaking photo that one police department has released
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tonight a police officer's journey comes full circle. on june 24th, christopher dorman of delaware county was shot seven times in the line of duty. despite his injuries, the fall croft officer was out of the hospital just four days later. dorman vowed that day he would return to work. just over two months later, he will fulfill that promise. >> two months. that's it. nbc 10 has followed dorman's journey the entire way, and tonight photojournalist jim friedman was there, as dorman was recognized for his bravery and prepared for work. >> reporter: on friday, june 24th, 2016, members of the fal croft police department received a report, officer christopher dorman was first to respond. the suspect struck officer dorman on the back of his head.
the suspect produced a firearm and discharged the firearm at officer dorman. striking officer dorman a total of seven times. >> out along my cheek. one in the back of my vest and one in the front. two to the back of my left leg, two to my right hip. >> that entire ride was a ride of preparing for the worst. >> reporter: the delaware county district attorney's office also awards officer christopher dorman the order of merit for heroism, and for bravery. [ applause ] >> thank you. no matter what the call is, it's just a simple call. it turned out to be what it was. >> it's hard to believe being shot seven times, someone is talking about it. let alone coming back to work a couple of months later.
>> i wanted to get back to work as soon as i could. if i could have gone back that night, i would have. >> photo journalist jim friedman right there. a great story, his story one as a hero. unbelievable. >> yeah. and with a smile on his face as he heads back to work. >> yeah. nbc 10 news at 6:00 is next. here's jim rosenfield. police action elsewhere, because we follow breaking news in west philadelphia. shots fired. police surround a home. we're getting new details right now from police and we'll have that for you right after the break. plus, this september heat wave shattered records today. a look at the weather this weekend for your neighborhood.
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september in an extremely long time. is there any relief in sight. s.w.a.t. standoff, breaking news, nbc 10 on the scene of a standoff that just ended minutes ago. we're there as six people in the home, including children, were brought to safety. a live report in just a minute. also, casino closing. tonight the trump taj mahal reveals a final date. we begin with record-breaking heat. the strong sun pushed us into the mid-90s in many parts today. inside most schools it was so hot, kids got a half day. good evening, everyone, i'm jim
rosenfield. we begin with september weather, summer september weather. talk about a sweaty night to tailgate. and music at the sports complex. the music fans get ready to hear bruce springsteen or maybe adele. not much relief for people who flock to the beach in ocean city this afternoon. nbc 10 first alef chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here now with a look at what we can expect in your neighborhood. glenn? >> yeah, the shore finally did get a sea breeze after some hot weather earlier in the day. and we've set records. the record 95 today in philadelphia. it beat a record of 132 years old. tomorrow we could be close to a record, too, but not on sunday. this is not going to last. we have broken or tied these records. the record was 94 in philadelphia. atlantic city international broke a record by four degrees.